Powering Solution Leader Alpha Technologies Showcased Innovative Technologies at CTIA Wireless 2011
A provider of world class powering solutions for communication, commercial, industrial and renewable energy markets Alpha Technologies Ltd recently announced its plan of showcasing its latest power conversion and power protection solutions to the communications industry at International CTIA (News - Alert) Wireless 2011.
In the press release, the company claimed that its solutions can be customized to suit almost any application and environment to ensure highest performance and best value in the industry and to resolve each client’s unique powering challenges.
Alpha, which is committed to popularize emerging new technologies such as outdoor Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS), occupied Booth: #1228 in International CTIA Wireless 2010 show at the Orange (News - Alert) County Convention Center Orlando, FL from March 22nd to 24. The company demonstrated the aesthetically pleasing and Alpha’s rugged UPS systems- powered DAS antennas. The host base stations are run with Alpha’s world class DC power systems. Alpha also claimed to have transformed wireless powering by introducing the innovative dual compartment enclosure, designed to meet stringent GR-487 requirements, and by pioneering the use of inverters to power wireless backhaul networks from the cell site.
A member of Alpha Group, Alpha takes pride in its industry experience and expertise in powering solutions that have been acquired through 30 years of association with the industry.
“Alpha has a long, demonstrated history of wireless leadership as evidenced by tens of thousands of cell sites successfully powering GSM, UMTS, CDMA, HSPA+ and LTE (News - Alert) radios. Our versatile +24V and -48V systems and cabinet offerings continue to be the power solutions of choice by the most prominent communication companies in North America,” Kevin Borders, senior product portfolio manager at Alpha, remarked in a statement.
In December 2009, TMCnet reported that Alpha Technologies Ltd and Argus Technologies (News - Alert) Ltd., a power systems provider merged to become Alpha Technologies Ltd. effective from Jan. 1, 2010.
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Edited by Jennifer Russell